46.4631 Disturbing a judicial proceeding.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 46.4631]

(a) A person commits the crime of disturbing a judicial proceeding if, with purpose to intimidate a judge, attorney, juror, party, or witness, and thus influence a judicial proceeding, he disrupts or disturbs a judicial proceeding by participating in an assembly and calling aloud, shouting, or holding or displaying a placard or sign containing written or printed matter, concerning the conduct of the judicial proceeding or the character of a judge. attorney, juror, party, or witness engaged in that proceeding, or calling for or demanding any specified action or determination by the judge, attorney, juror, party, or witness in connection with that proceeding.

(b) Disturbing a judicial proceeding is a class A misdemeanor.

History: 1979, PL 16-43 § 2.

Research Guide: MCC 575.250, 15 ASC 761.